— Hendricks County Prosecuting Attorney Patricia Baldwin has announced the appointment of Brad Casselman as a part-time deputy prosecuting attorney.
Casselman is a 2012 graduate of the Robert H. McKinney Indiana University (Indianapolis) School of Law and was sworn in as an attorney for the state of Indiana May 21.
He was previously a legal intern for the Hendricks County Prosecutor’s Office and also for the Indiana State Police.
He and his wife reside in Brownsburg.
Casselman replaces Fred Cline, who left to devote full time to his civil practice of law in Danville.
Sheri Wolfe also joined the prosecutor’s office in the past year as a full-time deputy prosecutor. She is also a graduate of the Robert H. McKinney School of Law and was a legal intern for the prosecutor’s office.
She resides with her husband in the Brownsburg area.